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The second richest man in the world says he puts his fortune into causes close to his heart, including supporting the fight against climate change.

Jeff Bezos revealed that he will give away most of his $124 billion fortune during his lifetime.

According to Forbes, the 58-year-old founder of Amazon is the second richest person in the world Elon MuskAnd Tesla’s driver New Twitter owner After, after. This is the first time he has said he plans to give away most of his fortune.

He distributes his wealth to save the earth

Jeff Bezos has been criticized for not signing the Giving Pledge and Warren Buffett and Bill Gates campaign he founded the richestto donate most of their income to charity.

He said he plans to donate most of his money for the rest of his life. Jeff Bezos said he and his girlfriend, journalist-turned-philanthropist Lauren Sanchez, are “raising resources to be able to give money away.”

The funds will be used for the purposes for which they are combating climate change Serving and supporting people who can unite humanity.

The COP27 summitIt was announced at the start of the climate conference that Jeff Bezos’ Earth Fund would contribute an additional $1 billion to protecting carbon reserves and biodiversity by 2030, on top of the $9 billion already spent on climate change issues.

Singer-songwriter Dolly Parton He earned $100 million. The Courage and Civility Award is given to those who help the world develop.